Micron starts building semiconductor plant in India

Micron laid the foundation for a new semiconductor plant in India, which will cost the company $2.75 billion (INR 22,500 crore). The investment will be for a chip assembly and test facility and will be in Sanand, Gujarat. The complex is being built by Tata Projects.

The facility will focus on transforming wafers into Ball Grid Array (BGA) packages, memory modules and solid-state drives.

The facility is known as Assembly, Test, Marking, and Packaging unit (ATMP) and will be located in an industrial park outside the city, placed on 93 acres (over 376,000 sq.m).

The project will…

​ Micron laid the foundation for a new semiconductor plant in India, which will cost the company $2.75 billion (INR 22,500 crore). The investment will be for a chip assembly and test facility and will be in Sanand, Gujarat. The complex is being built by Tata Projects.

The facility will focus on transforming wafers into Ball Grid Array (BGA) packages, memory modules and solid-state drives.

The facility is known as Assembly, Test, Marking, and Packaging unit (ATMP) and will be located in an industrial park outside the city, placed on 93 acres (over 376,000 sq.m).

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